[kdepim-users] [Kde-pim] kmail2 v5.1.1. and kwallet
ianseeks at yahoo.co.uk
Wed Feb 10 11:49:17 GMT 2016
On Sunday, 7 February 2016 11:13:12 GMT Mike Mikowski wrote:
> The solution I found running running Neon on Ubuntu 15.10 with the backports
> ppa enabled:
> $ # remove all kwallet config files
> $ sudo pkill kwallet
> $ cd /user/bin
> $ sudo mv kwalletd kwalletd.O
> $ sudo ln -s kwalletd5 kwalletd
> $ kwalletmanager5
I did this and all seems well on this login now.
Logout of the desktop, in the login screen hit Ctrl-Alt-F1
login with username and password
rm -rf ~/.kde4/share/apps/kwallet
rm -rf ~/.local/share/kwallet*
Next hit Ctrl-Alt-F7 and login. kwallet should make a clean start now.
> That worked wonders for me! I hope it helps you!
> Cheers, Mike
> On Feb 7, 2016 10:49 AM, ianseeks <ianseeks at yahoo.co.uk> wrote:
> > Hi
> > Is this version still supposed to be using the old kwallet system?
> > I have kwallet5 running and the wallet is called "kdewallet". When i load
> > kmail2 it prompts for access to "kdewallet" but it never seems to save the
> > password i input. i've now created a second wallet called "kwallet" and
> > it
> > actually prompted to use this one instead of "kdewallet" and it also asked
> > if i wanted to allow always etc.
> > Is "kwallet" hard coded into kmail2 or is it still using the old kwallet
> > system default name?
> > i've gone through the process deleting and recreating wallets so hopefully
> > having 2 wallets in the system will work.
> > regards
> > Ian
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